You guys know the drill! As July comes nearly into a wrap, it also signals the end of the current K-dramas we’ve been keenly anticipating every week. Fret not, because we’ve got a list right here where you can find the next Korean drama hit to watch out for this coming August.
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Love Is Annoying, But I Hate Being Lonely (Ji Hyun-Woo, Kim So-Eun)
- Release Date: August 11, 2020
- Runtime: Tuesday 21:00
- Network: MBC every1
- Cast: Ji Hyun-Woo, Kim So-Eun
A feel-good romantic comedy K-Drama to watch out for is this one that will air on MBC every1. Starring Ji Hyun-Woo and Kim So-Eun, this drama talks about the lives of two people co-living in one house. Cha Kang-Woo (Ji Hyun-Woo), a psychiatrist, and Lee Na-Eun (Kim So Eun), a freelance copy editor, battle with their feelings as both of them want to pursue love but want to be free at the same time.
This drama will only air once a week every Tuesday.
To be updated.
Stranger 2 (Choi Moo-Sung, Jeon Hye-Ji, Cho Seung-Woo, Bae Doo-Na)
- Release Date: August 15, 2020
- Runtime: Saturday & Sunday 21:00
- Network: tvN
- Cast: Choi Moo-Sung, Jeon Hye-Ji, Cho Seung-Woo, Bae Doo-Na
Power stars Bae Doo-Na, Choi Moo-Sung, Jeon Hye-Ji, and Cho Seung-Woo definitely rise up anticipation for upcoming crime action thriller K-Drama ‘Stranger 2’.
The plot truly promises thrilling, action-packed scenes as it revolves around the heated tension between the prosecution and the police. Both departments become embroiled in a common case which Prosecutor Hwang Shi-Mok (Choi Moo-Sung) and Detective Han Yeo-Jin (Bae Doo-Na) tries to uncover.
‘Stranger 2’ will air on tvN every Saturday and Sunday taking the slot of ‘It’s Okay Not to Be Okay’.
When I Was Most Beautiful (Im Soo-Hyang, Ji Soo, Ha Seok-Jin)
- Release Date: August 19, 2020
- Runtime: Wednesday & Thursday 21:30
- Network: MBC
- Cast: Im Soo-Hyang, Ji Soo, Ha Seok-Jin
If you’re on a hunt for a more dramatic take on romance, ‘When I Was Most Beautiful’ is something to watch out for. Not too much laughter on this one, as it takes love story and conflict on a more serious note when the female lead, Oh Ye-Jin (Im Soo Hyang) ends up falling in love with two brothers Seo Hwan (Ji Soo) and Seo Jin (Ha Seok-Jin).
This drama will take the slot of ‘Chip In’ as it airs every Wednesday and Thursday on MBC.
Read more: ‘When I Was The Most Beautiful’ Fashion Review
Alice (Joo Won, Kim Hee-Sun)
- Release Date: August 28, 2020
- Runtime: Friday & Saturday 22:00
- Network: SBS
- Cast: Joo Won, Kim Hee-Sun
One of the best genres K-Dramas do is fantasy-romance and ‘Alice’ is just exactly that! The plot delves into the story of the fateful meeting of Park Jin-Gyeom (Joo Won) and Yoon Tae-Yi (Kim Hee-Sun). The lovers were separated in the past due to Tae-Yi’s death but with the help of ‘Alice’, they meet again through time travel.
‘Alice’ will air on SBS every Friday and Saturday taking the slot of ‘Backstreet Rookie’.
Do You Like Brahms? (Park Eun-Bin, Kim Min-Jae)
- Release Date: August 31, 2020
- Runtime: Monday & Tuesday 22:00
- Network: SBS
- Cast: Park Eun-Bin, Kim Min-Jae
Here’s another K-Drama touching the beauty of music! Starring Kim Min-Jae and Park Eun-Bin, this drama follows the lives of two university students majoring in music at a prestigious school. Park Joon-Young (Kim Min-Jae) is an elite pianist who meets Chae Song-Ah, a 4th-year violin college student. Their chase for their dreams and musical career will soon be the key to forming their strong bond.
‘Do You Like Brahms’ will air every Monday and Tuesday on SBS.
Read more: ‘Do You Like Brahms’ Fashion Review
Missing: The Other Side (Go Soo, Heo Joon-Ho, Ahn So-Hee, Ha-Joon)
- Release Date: August 2020
- Runtime: Saturday & Sunday 22:50
- Network: OCN
- Cast: Go Soo, Heo Joon-Ho, Ahn So-Hee, Ha-Joon
If you’d like to take a short break from rom-coms and want something a bit more mysterious, this K-Drama should totally land on your watch list. ‘Missing: The Other Side’ is a supernatural, mystery drama that delves into the unsolved disappearances and death of people. The souls of these deceased victims gather in a village called Duon where Jang Pan-Seok (Heo Joon-Ho) serves as the medium between the village and the outside world. He then comes across Kim Wook (Go Soo) and Lee Jong-Ah (Ahn So-Hee) to solve the mysteries that surround the village.
‘Missing: The Other Side’ will air on OCN every Saturday and Sunday.
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